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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Soturdoy, Septtmbir 18, 1971 THE LETHBRIDCE HERAID 17 M L MR. AND MRS. EDWARD ARTHUR NEIMANN Neimann-Kirkham Double ring vows were ex- changed between Susan Ruth, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. amas g a Mrs. Goldie Berg of Milk River wishes to announce the marriage of her youngest son, Wesley, to Miss Barbara Wil- kinson of Devon, Alberta. Mr. Berg is the son of the late Er- ling Berg of Milk River. The marriage took place in Shelby, Mont. September 2. The couple has now taken up resi- dence in Milk River. I Donald Kirkham of Lethbridge and Edward Arthur Neimann son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Nei mann of Magrath. The cere- mony took place in McKillop United Church, with Rev. Brian Jones officiating. Soloist was Mrs. Evelyn Mills, with Mr. A. K. Putland at the organ. Maid of honor was Miss Jo- anne Gough of Calgary. Dr. Richard Mathias of Cal- gary was best man. Ushers were Mr. George Kirkham and Mr. J. S. Kirkham, both uncles of the bride. Following a reception in the Lethbridge Country Club, the honeymoon couple travelled lo various points in B.C. They plan to make their home al Boundary Creek, Cardston. MR. AND MRS. BRIAN KING King Fatter Lawrence Redmond officiated at double ring wed- ding vows at Holy Cross Ro- man Catholic Church in Fort Maclecri between Joan Louise McNab, daughter of Mr. James McNab MR. AND MRS. DAVID JOSEPH CARTER Carter-Compton Assumption Church was the seiting for the double ring cere- mony when Karen Lynn, daugh- ter of Mrs. Joan Compton of Lelhbridge, was united in mar- riage with David Joseph Carter, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Car- te- of St. Catharines, Ont. Rev. R. D. Chisholm, CSB, officiated at the ceremony. Mrs. K. Martin was soloist and Mrs. J. Berghmans presided at the organ. The bride wore a wedding gown of French courtelle which she hand-crocheted in a pattern of old Irish lace medallions. Fashion features were the slen- der train and long, fitted sleeves. The bridal bouquet was of talisman roses and stephano- tis. The bride was given in mar- riage by her brother, Mr. Mar- tin Compton, and the bride's sister, Miss Joanne Compton was maid of honor. Mrs. Norm (Francie) Schonhoffer, Cal- gary, was bridesmaid and Miss Margo Carter of St Catharine was flower girl. The attendants wore yellow and orange flow ered dotted Swiss gowns, floor- length, with long gathered sleeves; yellow picture hats and carried bouquets of daisies and yellow roses. Guest book attendant was Miss Elizabeth Carter, alsio of St. Catharines, sister of (lie groom. Best man was Mr. Philip Carter of Ottawa, with Mr. Robert F. Maclure of Calgary and Mr. Mark Carter of St. Catharines acting as ushers. The reception was held in the Windsor Room at the Park Plaza Motor Hotel, with Mr. Logan Tait the master of cere- monies. Following a Jasper honey- moon, the couple is now resid- ing in Medicine Hat. Jourdan Photo MR. AND MRS. RONALD PETER HAMMERBACK Ham merback-Ponech Wendy Catherine Ponech, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theo- dore F. Ponech of Lethbridge, became the bride of R.onald Peter Hammerback, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hammerback of Winnipeg, Man., at St. Augus- tine's Anglican Church. Rev. R. L. Crisfield officiated at the double ring ceremony, with Professor Dean Blair as organ- ist. Bridal attendants were Mrs. Joanne Jackson, Calgary, sister of the bride as matron of honor and Miss Jennifer Lyra Blair, Calgary, flower girl. Best man Mr. Ted Norring- ton, and ushers Mr. Dave Ham- merback and Mr. Bob Rehbein were all from Winnipeg. The reception was held In the Scarlet Room at Ericksen's Family Restaurant, and was followed by a dance. The young couple travelled to San Francisco and Monterey, Calif., during their honeymoon, and have now taken up resi- dence in Toronto. Oirf. MR. AND MRS. KENNETH WAYNE KIMMEL Kimmel-Allison The Church of Jesus Christ i nf Latter Day Saints in Leth- bridge was the recent scene of I double ring wedding vows be- tween Miss Carolyn Allison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Allison of Lethbridge, and Mr. Kenneth Wayne Kimmel, son of Mrs. Lydia Kimmel of Calgary. Bishop Clifford Peterson of- ficiated while Miss Judy Freeze was organist, and Mrs. Jean- nine Jensen was the soloist. Maid of honor was Miss Rob- by Allison, sister of the bride, while bridesmaids were Miss j Jan Howes, friend of the bride, and Miss Nancy Allison, sis- ter of (lie bride. Miss Pam Allison, sister of the bride, and Miss Barb Kim- mel, sister of the groom, were tile flowergirls. Mr. Rick Nelson, friend o( the groom from Calgary, was best man while groomsmen were brothers of the groom, Mr. Al Kimmcl and Mr. Brian Kimmel. Ushers were Mr. Rick borne and Mr. Jim Kimmel, both of Calgary. Reception was held at Ihe 10th Ave. LDS Church after which the couple embarked on a honeymoon to Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. At the reception, Mr. Garry Allison, cousin of the bride, was master of c e r c- monies. and toast to the bride was given by Mr. Bill Woolf, uncle of the bride The couple will reside In Cal- gary, SAPPER AND MRS. .AMES SCOTT 1AY Terry Bland Plioto Lay-Wiest St. Augustine's A n g 11 c a n i Lay. brother of the groom and Church was the scene of dou- j Mr. Garry Sokvitne, both of Lo- i ble ring wedding vows between mond- -de Jourdan Photo LIEUT. AND MRS. BARRY ANTHONY STANNARD not rnrrecting her all the lime. McNab and Mrs. Lauretta Thompson, Fort Maclcod, and j Brian King of Calgary, son of Mrs. Milda King, of Blairmore. Organist was Miss Elsie Col- lar. Bridal attendants included Miss Lorraine McNab, sister, of; the bride as maid of honor, and bridesmaid, Miss Lynn Wyn- j acht. i Best man was Mr. Km Hart- j feldcr of Lclhbridge. i Groomsman was Mr. Stan i MeNab, brother of the bride. Ushers were Mr. Grant McNab, brother of the bride and Mr. Jolin McKcnnoy, of Lcthbridgc. The reception was held at tile Knights of Columbus Hall in Fort Macleod. Following a honeymoon trip to Slmswap Lake B.C., the cou- ple took up residence nt llOtb St. N.W., Calgary. MR. AND MRS. GLENN NORMAN GEMMELL Gemmell Kluserits T, Stannard-Gillott The mother of the bride was attired in blue fortrel trimmed! a A u g u s t, n c-s Anglican, dressed In a formal gown of in black braid and complement-. was of raT daisies ed with black patent acres- vvcdding of I in her hair and in her banquet, soncs and a corsage of while Mavis Gillotf aild Ucul. The dress was made by the carnations. stannard. bride's mother. TVH r-r'- nt iT''C Sroomi Thi> bride is" the eldest (laugh- Best man was Mr. Jim Burge M of chose pink and gray eluffon ter of Ml, Mrs. Of Calgary, and the ushers HP f.thnr the bride i-hnw r accessories and a j GiIloU and lhe groom is Lht, WCrc Air. Shane Porter and In he, father, the bride chose, corsage of mult, toned son of Mr. Mrs. Tony i Mr. Brian Miles. Stannard, all of Lethbridge. i Eggshell blue was the color Sandra Wiest, daughter of Mrs. June Wiest of Enchant and Mr. Phil Wiest of Calgary, and Spr. 4 James Scott Lay. son of Mr. and Mrs. James Lay of Lo- mond. Rev officiated. Given in marria Trinity United Church In Fort Macleod was the scene of the recent wedding between Janet Marie Kluserits, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ton- nrson and Glenn Norman, son of Mr. and Mi's. 1 r w i n j Gemmell. Rev. R. K. Eskdale officiated at the double- ring! ceremony. Mrs. Lillian was or- ganist, while Miss Brenda Milne was soloist.- Maid of honor was Miss Judy Rliisorils and the bridesmaids were Miss Carol Pinske and Miss Margaret Kluserits, with Mary-Lynn Yuhas ns flower- girl. Mr. Blalne Gommell was best man, and ushers were Mr. Ronnie Tonncson, Mr. Bourne, Mr. Mclvin Gomincll and Mr. Bniefl Waldie. After n reception held in the Knights of Columbus Hall, the young couple left for a honey- moon in Vancouver and Vic- toria. They have since taken up residence in Fort Macleod. i a full length gown of white: and white carnations j chiffon with puffed sleeves, ga- j Master of cerenlonjcs f ,h j llicred waist, and trimmed with rtion t i rows of white lace enclosing cho Hotd M A d toy pink ,0-rers. Her white of d headdress held a full length bridc Gracefcw chiffon and pi TiK> Rev. fi. L. Orisfield offi. j chosen by the mother of the ciated at Ihe double ring cere- i bride for lier coat and dress mony, and Mr. Greenwood, or-1 civsemble. Tills was teamed ganist, played1 a selection of i with beige accessories. dress i train with lace edging i Rev Clak- V r i h n' classicnl mlsic of lhe eroonl s Sroom S ink flowers J ?lr- ,B f' choice. As the bride and grrom and coat in gold and green with o nf ninl- Of Enchant, uncle of the bride, lcft ,lle cllurch strains of while accessories. the Trumpeter filled the air. The reception was hold at the The bride was Riven in mar- Park Plaza hold, with the riage by her falhcr. She was: bride's cousin from Calgarx, in a full-length gown of Mr. Bruce Spies, acting as mas- French crystalline threaded j tcr of ceremonies, with while satin ribbon, hand-1 three-tier wedding cakp, gave the toast to the bridc. En- tcrlainment was provided by Miss Susan Lay and her moth- er, Mrs. Peggy Lay. Accompan- ist was Mrs. Arlene Smith of Enchant. A wedding dance fol- lowed in the Lomond Commu- nity Centre with music by Fra- ser's Orcheslra. For travelling to points in the U.S., Calgary and Edinon- i can-fed knit Her by the groom's mother, headdress was of pink She cairied a bouquet of pink sweetheart roses Jliss Kailiy Smith of Kn- chant, maid of honor, wore an empire waist, puffed sleeved, full length mauve gown of fortrel lace, trimmed with mauve velvet. Bridesmaids Ihe Misses Beverly Wiest of En- chant, sislci of the bride, and Susan Lay of Lomond, sister of the g r o m chose matching gowns, the former in purple the latter in mauve. They car- ried li-uji stemmed yellow roses complemented with yel- low streamers. Groomsmen w c i e Messrs. Charlie-Slokes, Lomond, Handy I idcncc at Mfl-l Mulford, Killoon i a diamond necklace Beagle, and Kohhioj Texas 76541, where the groom matching earrings. Wiest, Enchant, brother of the i is stationed with tbo U.S. bride. Ushers were Mr. Jeff Army. made and decorated by the groom's father, was the focal Ion. the bride chose a white lace hoi-pant suit with while accessories and complemented with K corsage of pink sweet- heart roses. sweetheart roses complement-! point of the bride's IsMc ed by a full-length veil and she j For n1lich a was spent travcliing in Canada and the U.S., the bridc changed to a pink crepe pant suit with while accessories and wlu'ln carnation corsage. The young couple have now su-ecthcart roses and wlu'le dai- sies. The bride's gift to Ihe groom was a porcelain chess set, which she had made bv hand. _- me voung counie nave nf The couple have taken up res-1 The groom's gift to his wile was a, 7e with Miss Giilott, the bride's wan maid of honor, Drive. Trenton, Out., the groom is stationed with UK Ca- nadian nir ;